Priyanka Chopra’s last release, Zanjeer, might not have had much of an impact at the box office, but she is hopeful about her upcoming films.
"No one has a perfect career and 100 per cent hit films. I am proud of every single film I have done — whether they worked or not — and I will always stand by them," says Priyanka, who is gearing up for Krrish 3 now.
The actor admits that the tepid response to her last two item songs — ‘Babli badmaash’ in Shootout At Wadala and ‘Pinky’ in Zanjeer — didn’t stop her from taking up another one for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Ram-Leela.
"When he asked me to do the film’s title track, I was excited. It’s a different genre — a modern mujra. The dance is different and difficult. I hope people like it and rave about it as much as they loved my picture from the song,” says Priyanka.
She also takes pride in being one of the most 'bankable heroines' in the Hindi film industry while divulging that she is not ruling out an acting career in Hollywood.
"I am working on my music (in Hollywood). I am open to films in any language, but that’s not what I am seeking actively. I have two careers that I am handling — one as a debutant musician and another as a bankable actor," she says.